Doing everything for hockey

All four of my guys actually play hockey for the school team! The school team is in a section where a lot of people invest and the men hockey program.

They have an indoor location where all of the games are played.

There are only a couple of schools in this district that have indoor rinks. The rest are outdoors. The men were getting ready to play an outdoor team for the first time in a while and I went to observe them practice, and it was a Regional Championship game and an occasion to advance to the state championship. I wanted to watch the men practice every day so I could provide them some helpful hints on game day. I really appreciate being a hands-on parent when it comes to sports activities with my children. It was freezing inside the indoor rink because they turned the temperature down by 10 degrees to help mimic an outdoor scene. I was chilly in the stands and my hands and feet were starting to get numb. The temperature was drastically freezing and I started to stress out about the men on game day. The men told myself and others not to worry about the temperature, even though I still brought a tiny portable furnace to keep myself and others moderate in the stands. I have a tiny battery operated furnace that produces enough warmth for a single man. I used a blanket to create a small tent, and my hands and legs stayed plenty moderate enough. I stayed moderate and toasty thanks to the heater, even though I suppose the freezing air really affected all of the boys. They lost the game badly by a final score of 7-2.

furnace/heater installation